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Mineral Blood Test
Mineral Health Test
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  • determine the minerals found in the human body
  • iron, chromium, copper, magnesium, manganese, and zinc

Mineral Blood Test

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This blood test determines whether you are lacking in some of the most common minerals found in the human body, including iron, chromium, copper, magnesium, manganese, and zinc.

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Iron Status (1 Biomarkers)

We need iron for a number of basic functions, including the production of new red blood cells, the transportation of oxygen throughout the body, and the development of our immune systems.
Haemoglobin, a protein in our red blood cells, contains the majority of the iron in our bodies. A lesser portion is kept in the ferritin protein, which regulates the release of iron when levels are too high or low.
In order to identify anaemia or iron overload, iron status tests examine the overall quantity of iron in the blood (haemochromatosis).
They examine the amount of iron stored in your body as well as your body's capacity to absorb iron.


Iron is essential for the activities that are essential for life, let alone athletic performance, such as oxygen transport, DNA synthesis, and oxidative phosphorylation. Red blood cells include oxygen-transporting haemoglobin, which contains roughly 2.1g, or about half of the body's total iron content.

A further gramme or so can be found in the oxygen-transporting myoglobin of muscles and in macrophages, which are white blood cells.

The liver is where extra iron is kept. You won't be able to breathe as efficiently at the cellular level if you have low iron levels, which will make you feel more exhausted and tyre more quickly.

This will affect athletes' performance, VO2 Max, energy efficiency, ability to train at their maximum capacity every day, maximum lactate level, and rate of exhaustion. Approximately 5% of your iron comes from food, and the remaining 95% comes from the breakdown and turnover of your red blood cells.

The two primary forms of iron in your diet are Fe2+, which is present in meat and dairy products, and Fe3+, which is more difficult to absorb and is present in plant-based foods.

Tests for iron status examine a variety of iron levels, which when combined can provide information about your iron metabolism and its implications for you.

Trace Elements (3 Biomarkers)


The body uses copper, an essential mineral, to make enzymes. This aids in the control of energy generation, nervous system function, and iron metabolism.

The results of a copper test are often interpreted in relation to and contrasted with ceruloplasmin levels.

Chromium - Serum

Manganese - Serum

The body uses manganese, a mineral, to create connective tissue, sex hormones, blood clotting factors, and to speed wound healing.

Calcium absorption and glucose control both depend on manganese. Manganese is a mineral that the body needs in modest amounts, but prolonged exposure can harm the central nervous system.

Nuts, green vegetables, and whole grains are excellent sources of manganese.

Other (1 Biomarker)

These are tests that the laboratory has traditionally processed but that weren't included in the test panel that you ordered from us.

These tests were sometimes already configured on the lab analyzers, making it more economical for the lab to include them. Others had a test run, but we eliminated it because it wasn't stable.

This indicates that it could have been impacted by the length of time spent in the post, by temperatures that were above or below normal, or by the technique used to collect the sample.

Despite the fact that we have run these tests on your sample, we have chosen not to comment on the majority of the results because it is impossible to guarantee their reliability.


The most prevalent and crucial element in the body is calcium. It is necessary to the body's development and maintenance of bones, teeth, neurons, muscles, blood clotting, and cardiovascular function.

The interplay between parathyroid hormone and vitamin D maintains calcium levels at their ideal levels, which are necessary for strong bones.

Low calcium levels may make you more prone to stress fractures and slow healing.

Minerals (2 Biomarker)

Your body needs minerals for proper operation because they are inorganic substances. Minerals and trace elements are the two subcategories of minerals.


While both are essential, minerals are needed in greater quantities than trace elements. Minerals must be obtained from the food you eat because your body is unable to produce them.

Numerous internal processes, such as the development of sturdy bones and teeth, maintenance of the body's fluid balance, normal nerve and muscle function, hormone production, and control of blood pressure, are all attributed to minerals. The majority of the minerals we require should be obtained from our diets.

However, you can discover that you are mineral deficient if you exclude specific food groups, follow a highly rigid diet, or have an issue with gut absorption.


In the body, magnesium is the second most prevalent intracellular divalent cation and the fourth most plentiful mineral. Less than 1% is in the blood, 50% is in your tissues and about 50% is in your bones.

It is essential for more than 300 metabolic processes, including the production of DNA, nerve conduction, muscular contraction, parathyroid function, and energy storage. Magnesium deficiency can result in weakened muscles, muscular spasms, changed creatine kinase, and changed lactate response to exercise.

Due to their propensity for low magnesium levels, athletes should regularly check their magnesium levels. Make sure to eat a meal high in magnesium. Over the years, there has been a lot of research on the use of supplements as a boost to performance and to treat deficiencies.

The results of the current studies are still ambiguous, and some persons who take magnesium supplements actually experience a faster than usual decline in magnesium levels.

Therefore, it seems, at least for the time being, that consuming a diet high in magnesium is the best approach to receive the magnesium you need.

Zinc - Serum

Zinc is vital for cell division and growth, immune system health, wound healing, taste, and smell.

Additionally, zinc cleanses the brain of harmful metals including copper, lead, and mercury.

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